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Introducing Alosha: the Newest Art Selling and Purchasing App on the Market

If you’re an artist or art enthusiast, you need to download the Alosha App! Created by musician Mark Hartman, Alosha is an inclusive, accessible social space for up-and-coming artists to gain exposure, earn money for their work, and discover artists with similar styles. The app is available on Google Play and the App Store

Screenshot of the Alosha App interface displaying the Discover tab, that shows a picture of an artist's work and their name.

The app prompts users to create a profile with their name, preferred creative medium, and a short bio. Once completed, artists can upload pictures of their paintings and sculptures, or even music files and begin interacting with potential customers to build life-long relationships through their artwork. As a bonus to the app, any work published has the opportunity to be featured on Alosha’s own social media pages @aloshaapp on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This FREE exposure further highlights emerging artists and can help launch their careers. 

With its no-subscription, no fee policy, Alosha is committed to affordability. Alosha even covers any shipping costs that may come with a transaction. Creator Hartman believes this app offers artists a unique partnership. The platform takes the stress of advertising off artists’ shoulders, giving them more time to focus on what they are genuinely passionate about–creating!

 

Alosha’s perks extend to art enthusiasts as well. With its money-back guarantee, Alosha is dedicated to keeping all potential buyers happy and worry-free. Discover new artists from across the globe, and show your appreciation of their work by liking, commenting, or starting a chat. Ask about the backstories and inspirations behind each piece of artwork before you buy. There is no limit to the kind of creativity you can find on Alosha. 

 

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